Awarded by American Heart Association (AHA)
To help students initiate careers in cardiovascular research by providing assistance and training in research activities broadly related to cardiovascular function and diseases.
Participation by women and minorities is encouraged. Visit our Web site in mid-March for information.
Open to permanent residents or citizens of the United States. Also for exchange visitors under J-1, temporary worker under H-1, H-1B, O-1 visas. Canadian or Mexican citizens engaged in professional activities or student visa are also eligible.
1 or 2 years (You may submit an application to compete for a third year of funding, if eligible.)
Stipend of US$22,000 per year. Fringe benefit: $3,000.
January 10th, next closing date is July 1st
The American Heart Association (AHA) is a non-profit, voluntary health organization funded by private contributions. Its mission is to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. To support this goal, the Association has given more than US$2 billion to heart and blood vessel research since 1949.
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United States of America